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TCC (Downtown): April 24 - Purposefully Examining Our Successes

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04/24/2019
DC 404
12:00 pm - 12:50 pm

Purposefully Examining Our Successes

As the academic year draws to a close, it is important to take stock of our teaching practice – what’s working? What needs improvement?

At our April conversation, come to purposefully examine a success in your teaching practice. We will use a Reflective Practice Group protocol called a “Success Analysis”. The purpose of this protocol is to boil down a success to its essential elements, so that we can repeat the success in the future in other contexts.

Wednesday, April 24 at noon

Room (Downtown): 404 (TCC/FIC)

Facilitated by: Gina Merliss

All faculty and staff are welcome! We look forward to seeing you there!

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This event is designed to meet two of the goals of the Teaching and Creativity Center:

  1. Create a supportive academic environment that meets individuals where they are, helps them improve, and recognizes teaching excellence.
    • The outcome associated with this goal is: Connecting with colleagues to build positive relationships centered around teaching and learning

 

  1. Create a culture of critical reflection, continual growth, and faculty collaboration
    • The outcome associated with this goal is: Utilizing critical reflection and evaluation of teaching practice
SPONSOR: Teaching and Creativity Center
CONTACT: Erin Nelson